Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Arizona here I come

With some mixed feelings, of course, I am heading back to Arizona. I was offered a job that will allow me to keep doing some of my other work and with great benefits. I'm just tired of the struggle of health insurance hassles and this just fell into my lap, practically. So, about the 20th I'm heading out.

I haven't had time to blog with finals and packing, but hopefully once I get there, I'll have more to talk about. I'm looking forward to see Ms. Barbara and all my old NA friends, who are excited about my return, or so they say.

Two dogs are getting anxious. They seem to know something's up. Maybe it's all the moving boxes? Until later, take care. It's all good.


Shadow said...

once upon a time i had a cat. whenever i packed a bag or box, she'd lie in it. i'd have to remove her to carry on packing, just to turn around and there she was again, in the bag... they know! they just want to make sure you take them with you! good luck with the move!

msb said...

I hear the train a comen' Yahooo

twodogsblogging said...

Love you too, Barb! Yahoo!

marie said...

Hi there Two Dogs Blogging!
This is a little off topic... I am quite impressed with what you have been writing about your struggles with addiction. You write with great honesty, and I know that must take great courage. I find it inspiring that you are able to overcome your addiction, despite the many adverse circumstances you
have had to deal with.

I'm currently working for an organization whose website is looking for true, honest and brave writers to contribute to the content of the site. The Second Road is a non-profit focused on creating a positive environment online where people recovering from
addiction can come together and encourage one another to stay clean. The site is here:

We've also a weblog, which is here:

I have posted snippets of your material (it is too good to pass up!) and was wondering if you would be interested in allowing us to use
some of your material on our homepage, quoted of course, and
even, if you are up to it, contributing some writing to our site?

I look forward to hearing from you and reading about your
continued enjoyment of a life free of addiction.

Cheers and thanks,